Instructor/Asst. Professor - Mathematics
$64,032.56 – $84,762.84 DOE + Benefits Exempt Position
Develops and teaches Mathematics courses at both the developmental and community college level. (Devotes approximately 50% time to each.)
Actively assists students to become successful learners and provides individual assistance.
Works actively with students to help strengthen their knowledge and abilities.
Individualizes approach to instruction to accommodate students’ learning styles and abilities.
Engages in the preparation of materials and the delivery of courses in distance delivery modes.
Participates in the development of curriculum to include interdisciplinary course development, maintains updated instructional materials, course outlines, and syllabi. Completes reports and presentations as requested or required.
Actively participates in Foundational Studies departmental meetings and services
Develops and revises course materials to assure students are meeting the programs’ stated outcomes.
Engages constructively in annual assessment of program outcomes.
Evaluates student performance and submits appropriate grades and reports.
Monitors degree and certificate programs and works with other faculty to make changes as appropriate.
Serves as student advisor.
Maintains office hours and actively participates in College and community service activities, including serving on committees and task forces, participating in College activities, curriculum planning, professional development, and other faculty-related activities.
Coordinates schedules for, provides training and support to mathematics adjunct instructors
Complies with College policies, procedures and administrative directives, as well as state, federal, and local laws, regulations, and ordinances.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
IỊisaġvik College, Alaska's only Tribal College, primarily serves the residents of the North Slope Borough and is located in Barrow, Alaska. Providing an education based on the Iñupiaq cultural heritage, the College is dedicated to providing well-educated and trained individuals who meet the human resource needs of North Slope employers and the state of Alaska. IỊisaġvik College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.